Turn your Mac into an obedient slave which obeys every word you type… on the command line.
Lesson 1: First Steps with the Command Line
When Apple announced the release of Mac OS X, many Mac users were stunned: here was a new operating system based on the venerable Unix, which, they feared, would call into question the Mac's legendary ease-of-use
Lesson 2: Navigating the File System
In the first installment of this series, we looked at the basics of using the Terminal to access Mac OS X's Unix core
Lesson 3: Moving, Copying, and Deleting Files and Directories
In the previous two installments in this series, we looked at the basics of using the Terminal to access the Unix command line at the heart of Mac OS X, and then at how to use the Terminal to move around your Mac's file system